Propelled Networks in Latin America and Argentina: accessible foundation

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Propelled Networks in Latin America and Argentina: accessible foundation

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Agenda Grids: requirements for cutting edge systems Network Infrastructure in Argentina Network Infrastructure in Latin America Grids: territorial activities

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GRIDs: qualities Colaboration between organizations in various urban areas, nations or mainlands Particularly helpful for huge nations like Argentina Equipments and assets to be shared Based on Advanced Networks

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Why Advanced Networks? Requirement for greater transfer speed Quality of Service: distinctive sort of movement, needs, reaction times IPv6: tending to, security, adaptability, portability Multicast: enhanced transmission capacity for sound and video transmisions plausibility to manufacture p2p engineering including numerous destinations

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Available Infrastructure RETINA: Research and Education Network of Argentina Advanced spine in the focal locale of the nation AMPATH: Internet2 association CLARA: Cooperación Latinoamericana en Redes Avanzadas Available Infrastructure for local availability and interchanges to whatever remains of the world

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What is RETINA? "Red TeleINformática Académica" NREN of Argentina since 1990 Around 60 organizations of R&E Managing the system of the 36 Public Universities Connected to Internet2 since 2001 (through AMPATH) and introductory individual from CLARA since 2002

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RETINA: principle certainties International representation of the NREN since 15 years prior Project continually running amid that period RETINA is not a client of the assets, the administrations are accessible to the R&E people group Main part together with other NREN from LA in acquainted activities like Clara, Alice, LACNIC, ENRED, and so on

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Avanced Network in Argentina December 2001: RETINA gets associated with Internet2 being a piece of the AMPATH extend First foundations associated: UBA, UNL, UTN, SMN Initial connection of 45 Mbps Native Multicast and IPv6

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Objectives To interface RETINA to other propelled systems To elevate the entrance to that sort of systems from the R&E establishments of the general population and private area of the nation To make accessible to the R&E people group the new advances and applications that are as of now being used in fundamental nations To bolster the improvement of new applications that are still impractical in the real Internet

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AMPATH DS3 (45 Mbps) for each NREN Global Crossing – FIU assention Duration: 3 years

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AMPATH Acces s to Abilene (Internet2) Acces s to Startap and travel to Europ e , Canad an and other propelled systems. Dynamic since 2001 for Chile, Brasil and Argentina.

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In the National scene Problem: inner capilarity Buenos Aires and the rural zone have great fiber framework Other fundamental urban communities like C ó rdoba, Rosario, Santa Fe, Mendoza have numerous bearers/suppliers Main issue: to extend the great availability to whatever is left of the nation (monopoli e s, terrible infrastructur e ).

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Network accessibility High Medi um Low

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Strategies for increasing national availability Need of a rapid R&E spine Negotiation with bearers to have the capacity to utilize accessible overabundance bandwitdth as of now introduced. Understandings for joint work There are as of now a few PoPs inside the nation accessible

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RETINA's spine Córdoba Santa Fe Rosario Río IV Mendoza Buenos Aires San Luis La Plata

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RETINA's spine Rosario Rio IV La Plata

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Backbone key realities International connection of 45 Mbps stretches out to the focal area of the nation More than 70% of the R&E movement of Argentina is in that zone It's a beginning stage: it must be reached out to cover alternate zones Important: every city in the spine gets a similar get to conditions like Buenos Aires (administrations, costs)

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Backbone highlights Initial limit: 45 Mbps. Potential move up to 155 Mbps Native IPv6 accessible Native Multicast QoS in the center and in the get to International connection: 90 Mbps

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Backbone highlights Agreement with Impsat to have a spine in the focal locale of Argentina Negotiation with different suppliers to extend the spine to North and South Already accessible 45 Mbps: Mendoza, Cordoba, Rosario, Santa Fe Other PoPs will be accessible on request

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IPv6 accessibility RETINA associated in local mode to AMPATH; soon to CLARA Institutions will have local mode availability Production tending to from LACNIC: 2001:1418::/32 Addresses asigned to the organizations that request them

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Actual associations IPv6 Nativo

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IPv6 assignemt 2001:1318:4000::/36 2001:1318:5000::/36 Rosario 2001:1318:8000::/36 2001:1318:3000::/36 2001:1318:9000::/36 Rio IV 2001:1318:1000::/36 - 2001:1318:2000::/36 2001:1318:6000::/36 2001:1318:A000::/36 La Plata

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Multicast - Concept Mechanism to transmit a similar stream of information to various collectors in an effective way Unicast: one stream for every beneficiary Broadcast: information gets repeated to every one of the focuses in the system Multicast: just the base BW gets squandered, just the intrigued recipients get the information

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Multicast - Concept

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Multicast - Concept

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Multicast Native Multicast accessible with AMPATH and CLARA Multicast will be accessible in every one of the PoPs of the spine Very couple of establishments have actualized multicast benefit up to this point We will offer support to the foundations that need to execute it

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Quality of Service Need for ensuring distinctive sort of activity nature of administration: Videoconference VoIP Remote administration of instruments continuously Data exchanges They will exist together in the meantime in the Network

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Quality of Service Parameters to consider: Latency Jitter Packet misfortune QoS in the spine additionally in the get to (establishments) WG of QoS incorporated by RETINA and foundations

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Institutions associated with RETINA2 Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP) Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN) C onsejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO) C entro de Investigaciones Tecnológicas de las Fuerzas Armadas ( CITEFA ) Planta Piloto de Ingeniería Química (PLAPIQUI) Arquitectura-UBA Agronomia-UBA Ciencias Exactas y Naturales-UBA Medicina - UBA

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Institutions associated with RETINA2 Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales (CONAE) Universidad Nacional del Litoral (UNL) Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (SMN) Observatorio Pierre Auger Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) Universidad Nacional del Nordeste (UNNE) Centro Regional de Investigaciones Básicas y Aplicadas de Bahía Blanca (CRIBABB) y Universidad Nacional del Sur (UNS) Universidad Nacional de La Matanza (UNLM) Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (UNTref)

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CLARA – Cooperación Latinoaméricana en Redes Avanzadas Coordinati o n between LA NRENs and different on-screen characters Coopera t i o n to advance S&T improvement Planning and Operation of a Regional Advanced Network to interconnect the LA NRENs Interconection of CLARA to whatever remains of Advanced Networks on the planet

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ALICE and CLARA May 2002: @LIS activity propelled in Brussels June 2002: Meeting EC-LA in Toledo. The Declaración de Toledo get marked July 2002: all LA NRENs meet in Rio de Janeiro. Consent to make CLARA: Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas November 2002: Meeting EU-CLARA in Santiago, Chile May 2003: CLARA standing rules get marked

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Argentina (60) Brasil (382) Bolivia (6) Chile (14) Colombia (43) Costa Rica (- ) Cuba (21) Ecuador (9) El Salvador (7) Honduras (- ) Guatemala (10) México(69) Nicaragua (- ) Panamá (10) Paraguay (28) Perú (11) Rep. Dominicana (- ) Uruguay (7) Venezuela (7) CLARA: individuals and S&T organizations

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Topology of RedClara

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ALICE: América Latina Interconectada Con Europa March 2003: European Comission aproves ALICE Project June 2003: "Welcome to Tender" for the Network officialy declared November 2003 San José de Costa Rica: topology and chronogram chose March-April 2004: Contracts get marked August 31st 2004: First hub dynamic in Chile September 2004: Brasil join the system October-November 2004: Argentina, México and Panamá close the spine ring November 2004: Launch of the Network in Brasil January-July 2005: every one of the nations in LA will join the system

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RedCLARA Europa Septiembre 2004

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RedCLARA Europa Octubre 2004

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RedCLARA Europa Noviembre 2004

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RedCLARA Europa Marzo 2005

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RedCLARA Europa Junio 2005

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WHREN-LILA WHREN: Western Hemisphere Research and Education Network LILA: Links Interconnecting Latin America NSF financing for interconnection US-CLARA April 2004 proposition to NSF, leaded by CENIC and FIU. Aproved December 2004. Connection of 1 Gbps Tijuana-San Diego Shared connection of 1,2 Gbps Sao Paulo-Miami

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WHREN-LILA y RedCLARA Miami San Diego

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RedCLARA 2005 Internet 2 Internet 2 GEANT

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Network supportability CLARA arranges ALICE extend in LA Total cost of ALICE venture is 12.5 Millions Euros in 3 years 10 Millions Euros subsidized by the European Comission by Interconnection Initiative inside @LIS 2,5 Million Euros will be given by LA NRENs as cofinancing After 2006 finantiation will rely on upon utilize and a superior adjust of universal data transmission costs

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Grids: activities in the locale RETINA: framework to offer support to research ventures (PAV, others) Proposal to ALFA financing to prepare specialists and professionals (RETINA-UNCOMA-CRIBABB-UNPA) CLARA: EELA proposition to the European Comission

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Support Infrastructure PAV: computational and